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Greenville girls soccer hosts Penobscot Valley

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A DAY OF SOCCER — Greenville junior Aleya Pelletier gets ready to control the ball during the first half of a Sept. 8 home game vs. Penobscot Valley of Howland. The visiting Howlers would earn a 5-1 victory to hand the 2-1 Lakers the team’s first defeat of the season while Penobscot Valley improved to 3-0 early in the season. The Howler boys also won on Saturday, by a 3-1 score.

Greenville Penobscot Soccer

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FOOTRACE TO THE BALL — Sophomore Madison Kane of Greenville looks to gain possession near midfield during Saturday’s contest between the Lakers and Penobscot Valley. The Howlers won 5-1, as Greenville freshman Lila Kronholm had her team’s goal.

Greenville Penobscot soccer

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CLEARING IT OUT OF HARM’S WAY — Laker junior Allison Savery gets ready to boot the ball from out of the Greenville box during a Sept. 8 contest vs. Penobscot Valley.

Greenville Penobscot soccer

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TURF BATTLE — Sophomore Jessica Cobb of Greenville contests for the ball in the opening half of the Sept. 8 game against Penobscot Valley.

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